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1 To understand the term carbon footprint. To be able to evaluate information and work independently. To be able to create your carbon footprint, and explain how you can reduce your carbon foot print. Carbon Footprint

2 Starter: Odd one out This one is the odd one out as it is not a form of renewable energy.

3 To understand the term carbon footprint. To be able to evaluate information and work independently. To be able to create your carbon footprint, and explain how you can reduce your carbon foot print. Carbon Footprint

4 Learning review cycle box number 1 What do you already know about carbon footprint? Complete the first box of your learning review cycle

5 The following video is about Carbon footprint, the people in the video are reducing their carbon footprint What does Carbon Footprint mean?

6 Lets see what you came up with.

7 I do not understand I’m not sure I understand Carbon footprint – check understanding

8 To understand the term carbon footprint. To be able to evaluate information and work independently. To be able to create your carbon footprint, and explain how you can reduce your carbon foot print. Carbon Footprint

9 Your carbon footprint Now lets see what your carbon footprint is....

10 Task 1 In your envelope you have 15 pieces of paper (worlds). As you move around the room you will either pick up or put back worlds (These will be in the centre of the room) Then after you have moved all the way around the room come back to your seat and count the pieces of paper you have collected.

11 So what is your carbon footprint? How many pictures did you end up with? But what does this mean... We can use your carbon footprint as a measure of the impact that you are having on the environment : 10-20: 0-9: You have a high carbon footprint, you are having a large impact on the environment. You have a average carbon footprint, you are having an average impact on the environment. You have a low carbon footprint, you are having a low impact on the environment.

12 How do you feel about your carbon footprint? Red hat

13 Ok so we know what our carbon footprint is... but what can we do about it? Lets look at my carbon footprint and the ways I can try and reduce it

14 Take the train to school My Carbon footprint Reduce the amount I use my car. Reduce my CO2 emissions. This will reduce the amount of greenhouse gasses, which in turn reduces global warming.

15 Using your foot outline List five ways to reduce your carbon footprint. Explain how each step you decide to take will help reduce your carbon footprint.

16 To understand the term carbon footprint. To be able to evaluate information and work independently. To be able to create your carbon footprint, and explain how you can reduce your carbon foot print. Carbon Footprint

17 Box 2 on your learning review cycle. What do you now know about carbon footprint? How have you learnt this? Plenary

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